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Late last week, Bill Tierney and the Denver Pioneers picked up a commitment from 2022 Salisbury, Conn., midfielder Aidan Aitken. He announced his commitment via Twitter.
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Being the guy after “The Guy” is one of the toughest situations to be in as a head coach in any sport. But what’s even tougher is being the guy after “The Guy” and being tasked with bringing that program back to the level of its glory days.
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Lars Tiffany and the Virginia Cavaliers picked up a commitment in the 2022 class on Thursday, as McDonogh, Md., defenseman Malachi Jones announced his commitment to the 2019 NCAA champs.
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Since the arrival of John Galloway ahead of the 2017 season, the Jacksonville Dolphins have risen to new heights, as has the hype surrounding the program.
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The first year of the Peter Burke era at Holy Cross marked the Crusaders’ first season in which they reached the .500 mark since 1988, when they went 8-7 under then head coach Bob Lindsey, who is the winningest coach in program history. They followed up that historic 2019 season by going 4-3 before the season was cancelled in 2020.
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The Hofstra Pride haven’t churned out a full winning season since 2017, and it’s been almost a decade since they made their last NCAA Tournament appearance. Since that 2017 season, where they lost to UMass in the CAA semifinals, they have gone 6-8, 5-9, and held a 4-3 record at the time the 2020 season was cancelled.
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John Tillman and the Maryland Terrapins picked up a 2022 commitment out of the Lone Star State on Tuesday, as Westlake, Texas, attackman Ethan Burke announced that he would be taking his talents to College Park.
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John Desko and the Syracuse Orange landed a momentum shifting commitment in the class of 2022 on Tuesday night, as Mount Sinai, N.Y., attackman Joey Spallina announced that he would be taking his talents upstate.
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When Hobart made the jump from DIII to DI in an effort to preserve their long-standing rivalries with Cornell and Syracuse, the Statesmen had won 13 NCAA DIII national titles, including 11-straight from 1980 to 1991. Hobart was, indeed, the class of DIII.
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Kevin Corrigan and the Notre Dame Fighting Irish picked up their 10th commitment in the 2022 class on Monday afternoon, as Culver, Ind. goalie Colin Vickrey announced his commitment to the Irish. A Dallas, Texas native, Vickrey is the fourth commitment in the class on the defensive side of the field for the Irish, joining St. Thomas, Minn. defenseman Jackson Carver, Wilton, Conn. defensman Jake Sommer, and Brunswick, Conn. LSM Will Donovan.
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